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I recently reviewed our foreclosure rescue deals and came away wondering what the heck you guys were thinking when you claimed we were scam artists.
And what was AAG David Huey thinking when he said he’s not aware of any foreclosure rescues that have worked?
Of the 30 or so rescues we did, every one of them worked.
Granted, a couple didn’t go exactly according to plan, but we did all we could to be sure things turned out more than fair for all concerned, and without exception, they did.
Without exception, Rob, all 30 of them, 100% successful.
Continue reading “The Art of Foreclosure Rescue” »
Don't you find it odd, Rob, that the law abhors forfeiture but the Office of the Washington State Attorney General actually recommends it . . .
Having attended the Foreclosure for the Rest of Us seminar last week, I’ve learned our only role as investors in the foreclosure marketplace is to bid on properties at foreclosure sales.
That’s it, and nothing more.
Attorney Melissa Huelsman, in her presentation, stated that owners letting their homes go to the foreclosure auction are pretty much guaranteed to receive most if not all their equity, with the average selling price being “80 to 82 percent” of fair market value.
Continue reading “Oops, Dawg, my bad?” »
With only two days left, you can't call the lender, according to David Huey.
We talked yesterday about why someone in foreclosure would do a leaseback type deal, receiving “no money.”
Does this type of deal really make no sense, compared to losing one’s home to foreclosure?
What if foreclosure is in 48 hours or less?
Continue reading “The Usual Suspects” »
I welcome the opportunity to demonstrate to you exactly how we accomplish it.
Consumer advocate attorney Melissa A. Huelsman posted the following challenge on www.businessweek.com:
I . . . request for people . . . who are conducting this business “honestly” to show us how it works. I would LOVE you to show me satisfied customers who got their house back at a reasonable price that they could afford. PLEASE!— Foreclosure Rescue-Rescue Attorney
Melissa A. Huelsman
I accept her challenge.
Continue reading “The Challenge” »
Solving difficult foreclosure problems takes more than a brochure and a phone call . . .
I see you’re a big proponent of borrowers and lenders working things out so that foreclosure can be avoided and homes spared from the auction block.
My question to you and anyone in your office . . . have you ever attempted one?
Continue reading “A “Very False Notion”” »